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CONCERT SERIES OF CHAMBER MUSIC STARTS IN PAINE HALL

London String Quartet to Give Program at 8.15 O'clock

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The first of a series of concerts of chamber music in the John Knowles Paine Concert Hall in the Music Building will be given this evening at 8.15 o'clock by the London String Quartet Mr. James Levy, first violin; Mr. Thomas W. Petre, second violin. Mr. H. Waldo Warner, viola; and Mr. C. Warwick. Evans, 'cello.

There is no charge for admission, and seats will be reserved for members of the University after which hour the public will be admitted.

The program for this evening follows: Quartet for Strings in D mayor Opus 64. No.6  Haydu Quartet for Strings in G minor  Frank Bridge Quartet for Strings in D mayor Opus 1s. No. 3  Beethoven

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